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Into the Light

Santa Fean Kurt Shaw helps Latin America’s most overlooked children step out of the shadows

Features In a sprawling neighborhood in the south of Bogotá, among the unfinished brick homes of tens of thousands of Colombia’s poorest, 15 teenagers lounge on the floor of a brightly painted room. Electro...

Wednesday, September 29, 2010 Seth Biderman

Censored!

Despite the changing media landscape, Project Censored’s mission remains the same

Features The world was a different place in 1976 when Carl Jensen, a professor of communications at Sonoma State University, founded Project Censored to highlight important national news stories that were underreported ...

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

State of Play

SFR takes the pulse of the city’s parks and playgrounds.

Features The Saturday of Labor Day weekend was sublime. Clear blue skies, a gentle breeze and songbirds’ lazy trills provided an exuberant farewell to summer. It was the kind of day that begged for picnics, walks ...

Wednesday, September 15, 2010 Alexa Schirtzinger

Money Machine

For Some Santa Fe Companies, War is Good for Something.

Features This week marks the ninth anniversary of 9.11. In that time, the focus of America’s military efforts has moved from Afghanistan to Iraq—a war whose “end” President Barack Obama announced...

Wednesday, September 8, 2010 Corey Pein

She-Fish?

Scientists want to know if Rio Grande contaminants are feminizing the endangered silvery minnow

Features After a soaking monsoon rainstorm, the Rio Grande through Albuquerque runs red. The next morning, as its waters again recede, spadefoot toads the size of quarters scamper atop the mud. Tiny fish wiggle into p...

Wednesday, August 25, 2010 Laura Paskus

Changing of the Garde

Three new aces take the reins at Santa Fe's contemporary art institutions

Features Santa Fe’s history as a center for arts and culture imbues the city with quirky character, bucket-loads of charm and an internationally recognized élan all its own. But the arts also are big busine...

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Santa Fe's Most Wanted

Is the justice system working?

Features At noon on July 4, as America celebrated its freedom, armed officers of the state escorted Eric Raymond Buckley into the Santa Fe County Adult Detention Facility. The easygoing 36-year-old acupuncturist wasn&rs...

Wednesday, August 11, 2010 Corey Pein

Testing...1,2,3

Can Monte del Sol’s original vision survive today’s learning environment?

Features Imagine a school where students and faculty are excited to show up; where everywhere you look, creativity flows; where students compose songs on the guitar between classes; and where teachers find ways to teach...

Wednesday, August 4, 2010 Alexa Schirtzinger

Redemption Song

For the Santa Fe Indian School, Paolo Soleri’s demise is a beginning, not an end

Features Santa Fe architect Conrad Skinner was 19 years old when he heard Paolo Soleri, the Italian-born architect, speak at an exhibit in Washington, DC. “He hit the world of architecture like a tsunami, this lit...

Wednesday, July 21, 2010 Laura Paskus

Fear and Loathing

A former oil executive discusses why people hate oil companies, and what the country needs to do to keep the lights on

Features Anyone expecting an apologist tone from Why We Hate the Oil Companies will be disappointed. Author John Hofmeister, the former president of Shell Oil Co., doesn’t offer many mea culpas in his “strai...

Wednesday, July 14, 2010 Julia Goldberg
 
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